Victorian State Budget briefing

Victorian State Budget briefing

NAT
Nov 25
After a tumultuous few months for Victoria, join Treasurer Tim Pallas to hear about the State’s financial position and policy priorities for the year ahead.

Speakers

Tim Pallas MP, Treasurer of Victoria
Jason Kambovski, Global Head of Public Sector, Westpac

Event overview

Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas has said: “This Budget will continue our unprecedented support for Victorian families and businesses, and kick start our economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic”.

Join CEDA’s national livestream to hear directly from Treasurer Pallas the day after the Budget release, to learn about the true impact of COVID-19 and the extended lock-down on the State’s economy, and the policy priorities for 2021.

Livestream start times:
NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS: 11.00am
SA: 10.30am
NT: 9.30am
QLD: 10.00am
WA: 8.00am

Please note all livestream events will be recorded and registered participants will receive exclusive access to the recording following the event, ahead of the general public. Substitutions for the livestream can be made at any time. Please forward details to the event coordinator.

Meet the speaker

Tim Pallas MP
Treasurer of Victoria

Tim was elected to the Victorian Parliament in 2006 and is the State Member for Werribee. Following the election of the Andrews Labor Government in November 2014, he was sworn in as Victoria’s 50th Treasurer – a position he holds to this day. He is also currently Minister for Economic Development; and Industrial Relations. Tim previously served in the Bracks and Brumby Governments as Minister for Roads and Ports, and later added Major Projects to his responsibilities. He was also previously Minister for Resources in the last term of the Andrews Labor Government, overseeing a period of significant growth.

Meet the facilitator

Jason Kambovski
Global Head of Public Sector, Westpac

Jason has worked in the financial services sector for over 25 years. As Westpac Institutional Bank's Global Head of Public Sector, Jason leads a team of specialised banking professionals who service the needs of Commonwealth, State/Territory, and Local Governments, including Inner Budget Departments and  Agencies, Statutory Authorities, State-Owned Corporations, Government Business Enterprises, Universities, TAFEs and Port Authorities. Whilst his role is principally focused on the Australasian market, Jason also covers all of Westpac's international Public Sector activities. 

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